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Salam Chingkheinganba

Chingkheinganba has been a journalist for more than 4+ years and is popular among the team for his reporting style. In his spare time, he teaches kids from his locality. He and his parents reside in Singjamei Chingamakha Kshetri Leikai . He holds a Masters Degree in Mass Communication from Manipur University. Chingkheinganba is available via email at [email protected]

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Book fair to nurture reading habit underway

IT News

Imphal, Dec 4

The Readers Book Store in collaboration with Walking Book Fairs is holding a week long book fair offering buy one get one book free on selected titles for the first time in the state with a mission to culture reading habit among the people of the state.

The Book fair started from December 2, 2019 and will continue till December 8 at the premises of the Readers Book Store, Manipur University.

Speaking to reporter, Coordinator of The Readers Collective Furkan Makakmayum stressed that the main idea of such book fair is to create a reading circle in the state and also to encourage the readers to read outside world of syllabus. 

He further said that such increase in the reading habits of the hoi polloi will eventually increase the consciousness of the masses. 

The book store offers a discount of 30%, 20% on selected titles during the fair and a discount of 10% is given in all the books even during the normal days.

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REFORM observes 13th foundation Day

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Imphal, Nov 21

The 13th Foundation Day of Research Forum Manipur (REFORM) was held today at Lamyanba Shanglen, Palace Compound.

Addressing in his Keynote speech General Secretary of REFORM advocate Sukham Premjit highlighted the objectives of the forum. He stressed that REFORM continue to make aware of the cultures of the various indigenous communities of the land and also to bring forth at international level.

Highlighting the reasons for the sinking indigenous population Premjit said that the lack of trust among the indigenous communities and the strong external force that swept against the indigenous communities disintegrate various indigenous communities. He concluded that the only way to save the land is to communicate among the communities at the earliest and to march forward for a progressive Manipur.

Chairperson of Manipur State Minority Commission Anwar Hussain said that the present generation should take care and preserve the historical things the ancestors has left for us or else it will all disappear if the people are careless.

He also stressed that the people of the land should feel pride for their culture and identity.

Mutua Bahadur also read a paper title “Lamdamsida Ningthourolsingna Lairik Mayek Eeba Yunglamba Nungsing”.

The event was attended by Social Activist Filson Y. Lunghar and President of REFORM Mangsatabam Lokendro and Chairperson of Manipur State Minority Commission Anwar Hussain as the dais members of the function.

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Cease work strike of FEGOCTA defunct college atmosphere

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Imphal Nov 21,

The cease work strike protested by the government college teachers against the government’s failure to implement 7th UGC  pay for the teachers has defunct the normal environment of the colleges. 

Classes ceased to function as the teachers hold protest inside the college campus. 

Speaking to media persons at DM College Campus, Vice President of FEGOCTA K.Indramani warned that their protest will continue until their demands to immediately approve the implementation of the National Higher Education Policy of India of 7th UGC Pay and Regulations, 2018 for the government college teachers of Manipur by the State cabinet.

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10 days filmmaking course at MU concludes; Smartphone filmmaking a legitimate way of storytelling - Ajmal Jami

IT News

Imphal Nov. 14

Exploring the potential of smartphones as a powerful filmmaking device, Course Director of 10 days film making course which was held at MU, Ajmal Jami shared that smartphones film making is a legitimate way of storytelling. He was interacting with the media persons on sideline of the valedictory function of the film making course organised by Dept. of Mass Communication MU and FTII.

He continued that smartphones were underrated as a film making device and mostly used for other purposes and added that it can be extended further as a powerful film making tools.

Ajmal further said that cameras on smartphones are getting better.

Highlighting that the idea is the paramount in film making he stressed that phones can translate the ideas into reality through its capabilities to capture both audio and visual. 

Ajmal concluded that the even though smartphones film making have both pros and cons the net outcomes of it is ever presentable.

Speaking at the event Registrar in charge of Manipur University Prof. Chandbabu stressed that the course will help in the teaching learning process of higher education. 

He added that it will explore untouched areas and will have good impact to the society, state and the world through the films.

As many as 37 participants participated in the film making course. 

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